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Uncivil society?

contentious politics in post-communist Europe

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe, Eastern,
  • Europe, Eastern.
    • Subjects:
    • Civil society -- Europe, Eastern.,
    • Social movements -- Europe, Eastern.,
    • Radicalism -- Europe, Eastern.,
    • Post-communism -- Europe, Eastern.,
    • Europe, Eastern -- Politics and government -- 1989-

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Petr Kopecký and Cas Mudde.
      SeriesRoutledge studies in extremism & democracy, Routledge studies in extremism and democracy
      ContributionsKopecký, Petr., Mudde, Cas.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJC599.E92 U55 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3563595M
      ISBN 100415265851
      LC Control Number2002032461

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      Get this from a library! Uncivil society: and the implosion of the communist establishment. [Stephen Kotkin; Jan Tomasz Gross] -- The Berlin Wall fell in In one of history's most miraculous occurrences, communism imploded--not with a bang, but with a whimper. Now two scholars of Eastern European and Soviet affairs revisit. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xviii, pages) Contents: 1. Civil society, uncivil society and contentious politics in post-communist Europe / Petr Kopecký The other civil society in Serbia: non-governmental nationalism: the case of the Serbian resistance movement / Florian Bieber

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Uncivil Society is an excellent overview of the Eastern Blok as it unfolded in the decade before In essence, these Soviet controlled economies couldn’t compete with the Cited by: This is less a story of dissidents, so-called civil society, than of the bankruptcy of a ruling class–communism’s establishment, or “uncivil society.” The Communists borrowed from the West like drunken sailors to buy mass consumer goods, then were unable to pay back the hard-currency debts and so borrowed even more.

Uncivil Society Paradoxes  Unlike the people in whose name they ruled, the regimes enjoyed a full panoply of institutions, associations, patronage, and other networks.

They carried special identity cards that opened doors and, when flashed, advertised their status/5(2). The book maintains that political protest, or contentious politics, should be included under a broad and positive development of associational activity in the region.

Uncivil Society. Contentious Politics in Post-Communist Europe is a fascinating study, and will be of interest to scholars of Eastern European politics and by: The only true establishment was the incompetent, blinkered, and ultimately bankrupt Communist system—an uncivil society. Even in private, all awaited the collapse of capitalism and increasingly focused on the moral superiority of socialism in the face of.

The phrase “uncivil society” may be a Uncivil society? book awkward as coinages go, but that is a minor nit in this refreshingly lively analysis of how Communist regimes collapsed in Author: Serge Schmemann. The other civil society in Serbia: non-governmental nationalism —the case of the Serbian resistance movement In recent years, the marginal non-nationalist opposition to the regime of Slobodan Miloševi ’s wars in Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo, has been dubbed the ‘other Serbia’—an alternative subgroup within by: 5.

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Uncivil society (or the ungainly “uncivil civil society,” the terms are used interchangeably) is a surprisingly under-theorized concept. The academic uses of the term will be elaborated below, but it must also be noted that it is freely used on the Internet by actors on different points of the political spectrum to describe manifestations of civil society with values different from their own.

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